Miami High News

Hidden Art Gems in Miami

April 24, 2019


Filed under News, Opinion, Showcase

The words art and Miami have become inseparable in my vocabulary. I have, through much research and some luck, been able to find hidden art gems scattered through out the city. But this curiosity for art didn’t just appear one morning. In December 2017, I went on a date to the Design District with...

Electives at Stingtown

By Christhian Mendoza, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019


Filed under Features, News, Opinion, Stingtown News

Elective classes are meant to be fun, exciting, and educational. Miami High has many electives and programs that help you explore different careers such as Health Science, Journalism, Teaching and Law Magnet programs. Other electives allow you to explore your interests. Sophomore Julio Hernandez’s...

A new chapter in the Law Program

By Christopher Perez, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019


Filed under Alumni & History, Features, News

  It’s a new day in the Law Magnet with the new law teacher Mr. Bustamante who brings a fresh approach towards teaching law after veteran law teacher Mr. Asper retired last month. Mr. Bustamante says he is ecstatic about being the new law teacher because he himself graduated from the ...

Food Trucks Visit Miami High

By Juliana Jaramillo

March 5, 2019


Filed under Briefs, News, School briefs

On March 5th, Miami High students got the opportunity to experience a more laid-back lunch, giving us carnival vibes. A big blue Miami Dade Department of Food and Nutrition food truck, which can feed up to 900 kids, was stationed next to Building 2 in the student parking lot for both first and second...

Read and Chill: Do we Need Books?

By Paola Urribarri, Copy-Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Features, News, Opinion

Can you remember the time when you couldn’t read? It feels really distant, right? If you started to read at 5 or 6 as the average person, you probably have been reading at least 10 years of your life. Reading is probably the most important thing we learn in our lives, since reading gives us a lot of the kn...

Skills USA

By Rickey Paredes

March 1, 2019


Filed under Briefs, Club briefs, News, School briefs

Cosmetology instructor Ms. Northcut would like to congratulate the students for their hard work at Skills USA Region 5 competition. The gold winner in Esthetics was Ailen Milanes, who has advanced to the State competition in Pensacola, FL. Silver winners were Jessica Torres in Esthetics and Yesenia Nerey...

Water Polo

By Jose Daniel Rodriguez

February 27, 2019


Filed under Briefs, Club briefs, News, School briefs, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

The season of the water polo team began on February 14. The first game was a 0-14 loss for the girls and a 4-20 defeat for the boys against Miami Beach High School. On 02/19 the guys and girls both won against Hialeah Miami Lakes. The game against MAST 02/21 got rescheduled because of weather. On 02/25...

Girls Soccer

By Annete Chu

February 27, 2019


Filed under Briefs, News, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

Girls’ soccer coach Ms. Anderson reports that the team finished with their best record (9-7-1) ever since she became coach, and they missed playoffs by just 1 point. This year, the team will be losing their seniors, so Coach Anderson would like to recognize them: Eilyn Salmeron, Forward; Idalia...

Boys Volleyball

By Alfred Cardenas

February 27, 2019


Filed under Briefs, News, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

Boys volleyball coach Mr. Garcia reports that the team started practicing officially on January 28th, but they also had some open gym practice before the official season began. Their most recent game was against district opponent Hialeah High, on February 22nd, and they lost that match in the 5th set...

Boys Basketball District Champions

By Rickey Paredes

February 27, 2019


Filed under News, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

Mami High’s boys’ basketball team had a great season, but unfortunately lost 69-58 in the regional quarter finals against Pines Charter on February 21st. The team ended with a 17-7 record and won the 2019 District 14-9A championship against North Miami 69-60 on February 15th. Coach Wilson would like to ...

HOSA

By Juliana Jaramillo

February 27, 2019


Filed under Briefs, Club briefs, News, School briefs

HOSA members have worked hard all year and it showed in this year’s District competition on January 25th at Robert Morgan Educational Center. The Home Health Aide category was swept from 1st through 4th place by Edith Stubbs, Nicole Colombo, Victoria Mendez, and Liaison Gonzalez. In the Medical Assista...

Girls Basketball Back at State

Girls Basketball Back at State

By Juliana Jaramillo

February 27, 2019


Filed under News, Sports Briefs, Sports Stories

Coach “Boozer” Baumgarten and the girls’ basketball team are demonstrating what they’re made of this season.  They are amongst some of the best athletes in Miami Dade. The girls are currently on a journey to catch the state title they could almost taste last year. For the Regional quarter...

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